According to Greek mathematics, supermodel Bella Hadid is the most beautiful woman in the world. A team of scientists that was busy determining the most beautiful woman on the planet while making use of the ‘Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi Standards’ has concluded the study. The team chose the Victoria Secret model’s face as the face that comes closest to perfection.
‘The Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi’ defines beauty using the classic Greek calculations. Measurements of facial proportions are carried out using standards that Greek scholars applied while attempting to define beauty by relying on the scientific formula.
As per the ‘Golden Ration’ measurements, Bella Hadid, who is 23 years old, has a face that is 94.35% perfect. Using the parameters laid out in the Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi, Beyoncé secured the second spot. Her face has a perfection ratio of 92.44%.
The third position was secured by Hollywood actor Amber Heard with a perfection-ratio of 91.85%, whereas the pop star Ariana Grande managed to bag the fourth spot with a face perfection ratio of 91.81%. These measurements were recorded by Dr. Julian De Silva, who is an eminent facial cosmetic surgeon at Harley Street. Harley Street is a famous street in London!
Dr. Julian said, ‘Bella Hadid was the clear winner when all elements of the face were measured for physical perfection. She had the highest overall reading for her chin, which, with a score of 99.7%, is only 0.3 percent away from being the perfect shape.’
Bella Hadid was also in the news recently with rumors of her reuniting with her ex, The Weeknd. The Weeknd, the singer, was seen by her side on her birthday. The two had ended the relationship just a few months ago and were quick to state that they are not getting back together and would prefer to remain ‘just friends.’
I’ll be darned if I need to rely on math, or Greek scientists to determine which woman is the beautiful in the world. I have seen girls more attractive than any on this list of “famous-only”. The well known cliché “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” could not be more appropriate